Since when did “bolt-on” become some kind of bad thing? Would you like to simply unbolt a part, and bolt on something better in it’s place? I would…I have no shame in admitting that I can be lazy like that. I want good quality, sure, and I want it to work like it’s supposed to, but if you can assure me that all I have to do is follow the instructions and I can improve my car’s performance, I’m all about it. And that’s half of working on a car anyways, the part that a lot of people get scared over. A lot of mechanical work is undo, clean, and redo. Short of having your very own technician there reading off the manual’s instructions, it doesn’t get much easier than that.
Chris Alston’s Chassisworks makes upgrading your GM vehicle’s front suspension simple and easy. Their bolt-in, direct fit front suspension components will work on most popular GM models, including the entire range of F-body, 1964-72 A-body, 1955-70 full-size/B-body, 1978-88 G-body and 1962-74 X-body. That’s a pretty solid spread of years and models, so whether you’re turning a 1978 Z28 into a fearsome track weapon or want your ’87 El Camino’s front end to be just a little big better than what the factory had in mind. take a look at their offerings. Remember…it’s just a few easy steps with some hand tools and you can be on your way to drastically improved handling.